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Regarde les Hommes Tomber: S/T

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Regarde les Hommes Tomber: S/T

Here we go again, time to get redundant up in this.  French hardcore, especially of the post variety, dominates.  It’s one of the most atmospheric, creative, and musically confrontational hotbeds in the modern scene.  We were first enlightened on this subject several years ago, and since then have been continually enlightened, endlessly enlightened.  We’re so […]

The Teeth: Homewrecker

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The Teeth: Homewrecker

One of the best things to do as a music critic is take a release and stick it in without doing any research.  Research should come after.  Why?  Because this gets all of the stereotyping out of your system, so when you prove yourself wrong you end up with a much more honest review.  It’s […]

Nothingness: No Happy Ending

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Nothingness: No Happy Ending

Picked this one up, said, “yeah, deathcore/metalcore or some crap, we’ll wait on it”.  Damn these stereotypes and biases, they plague our minds!  Someone out there save us, free our mind from these genre tags that bind us!  Well, hey, can’t blame us entirely, the artwork pretty much said what it needed to, and it […]

Elizabeth: Insomnia

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Elizabeth: Insomnia

There are two types of bands:  recording artists, and performing acts.  Where some bands spend countless hours finely tuning each note and sound, others believe that a true following is earned by spending unforgiving months and years on the road, playing to apathetic crowds of three pimple faced dirtbags guzzling Highlife in the corner… and […]

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